Oct 30, 2014

Portraits of Puppies Mid-Shake

Portraits of Puppies Mid-Shake

Award-winning animal photographer Carli Davidson is back with her latest portrait book, SHAKE puppies. Building on the wild success of her original SHAKE book, the Portland, Oregon-based photographer’s newest series uses the same concept and applies it to adorable puppies. You can find more amazing animal photography from Carli at the links below. You…

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Oct 30, 2014

7 Minutes of Jaw-Dropping Storm Footage

7 Minutes of Jaw-Dropping Storm Footage

To create Stormscapes 2, Nicolaus Wegner spent May – September of 2014 capturing all types of severe weather in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Colorado. For storm prints from the video, check out light ALIVE photography. Song – “Leader” by MODE Gear: Canon 5dm2 and 6d | 16-35m2 | 14mm Rokinon | 70-200…

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Oct 29, 2014

Picture of the Day: Square Roots

Picture of the Day: Square Roots

Photograph by question_ev3rything on reddit Spotted in Guangzhou, China is this resilient tree, whose roots have grown in and around the surrounding sidewalk blocks. The photo was taken by reddit user question_ev3rything who posted the image to the mildlyinteresting subreddit. via question_ev3rything on reddit

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Oct 29, 2014

Thomas Lamadieu Takes Photos of the Sky and Draws on Top of It

Thomas Lamadieu Takes Photos of the Sky and Draws on Top of It

In his ongoing series entitled Sky Art, Thomas Lamadieu aka Roots Art (featured previously), takes skyward photos of buildings wherever he travels. Most of his images point directly upwards using a fisheye lens. He then uses the sky in each photo as his canvas, filling it in with illustrations and playing with perspective. To…

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Oct 29, 2014

Musician Plays Beethoven for Rescued Group of Old and Injured Elephants

Musician Plays Beethoven for Rescued Group of Old and Injured Elephants

Musician Paul Barton took his piano to the mountains of Kanchanaburi, Thailand to play for some very old, injured and handicapped elephants, especially a blind elephant named Plara (immediately behind the piano). For those curious, all the keys are made from synthetic plastic material. The song is Slow movement (2) from Beethoven’s Pathétique Sonata…

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Oct 29, 2014

Josh Sundquist Uses His One Leg to Make the Best Halloween Costumes Ever

Josh Sundquist Uses His One Leg to Make the Best Halloween Costumes Ever

Josh Sundquist is a 2-time Paralympian (winter and summer), motivational speaker, cancer survivor and bestselling author. He also comes up with the best Halloween costumes year after year. Josh’s journey began at age nine when he was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer and given a fifty percent chance to live. He…

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Oct 29, 2014

Daniel Radcliffe Raps ‘Alphabet Aerobics’ on Jimmy Fallon

Daniel Radcliffe Raps ‘Alphabet Aerobics’ on Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy challenges hip-hop lover Daniel Radcliffe to rap Blackalicious’ tongue-twisting “Alphabet Aerobics,” and he nails it. You’re a lyrical wizard Harry! You can hear the original song below (released in 1999) with motion typography added to highlight the tongue-twisting lyrics.

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